We went here on the basis of recommendations in That Other Site Which Shall Not be Named, and were reasonably pleased. (Well, I was more than Mark, though I don’t think he had any particular issues, just that he is not as keen on Korean food as I am.)
While we would have loved to try all the things recommended, we are not big eaters and could not take the leftovers home (for one thing, we were headed to a science fiction convention for the weekend). So we settled for a Dolsot Bibimbap for Mark and a Clam Soon Dubu for me (with tasting swap-offs). What distinguishes the Dolsot is the crispy rice at the bottom, which seems to be the same things as Puerto Rican “pagao” at the bottom of a pot of arroz con gandules.
I thought mine was okay though not very spicy (and I ordered a Level 4)–I probably would have preferred the Kimchee Jigae. Mark said the Dolsot was definitely better than the Dolsot in the non-defunct Lincroft restaurant had been–for one thing, the rice was much crispier. The prices at Dolsot House are the same all day, making them a bit higher for lunch, but cheaper for dinner, than what we have near us (Maru in East Brunswick).
One negative was the over-loud (non-Korean) pop music playing on the television.
We may come back here next year, or we may try one of the many other Korean places we saw in Cherry Hill. (Why do they have so many and we have only the one? Can’t they send us some in a CARE package or something? )